Curriculum for: 10-116-1
 Human Resources

The Human Resources Program prepares students to assist
small to mid-sized organizations in effectively recruiting,
developing, and utilizing their human resources. Students
learn how to maximize the human potential for the benefit
of the organization. This field of employment requires
knowledge and skills in the following areas: occupational
job analysis, compensation, benefits, training, staffing,
employee relations, safety, and human resources
informations systems. Careers such as HR Generalists or HR
Specialists can be found in any non-profit, service or
manufacturing organization. Human Resource Specialists can
focus on areas such as employee recruitment/interviewing,
employee training and development, wages and compensation,
benefits, employee wellness, and occupational analysis.
Students will have an opportunity to prepare for various
related certifications such as from the Society of Human
Resources (SHRM) and OSHA.

Total Credits in Program (available at BTC):62

835-103 - Student Success
Students should take this course prior to or during the first semester of their program. This is an institutional requirement for all students.

 Note: Semester schedules are displayed in the recommended order of completion. However, classes may be taken in any order, providing course and/or program pre-requisites and co-requisites are satisfied.

First Year, First Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 102-148Intro to Business & Mgmt3
 103-128Intro to MS Office Suites2
 116-168Organizational Development3
 116-193Human Resource Mgmt3
 801-195Written Communication3
 804-123Math w Business Apps3

First Year, Second Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 102-109Business Careers&Communication3
 116-103Employment Law3
 116-108Health & Safety3
 116-116Staffing Organizations3
 801-196Oral/Interpersonal Comm3


Second Year, First Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 102-115Management Principles3
 116-102Training & Development3
 116-115Compensation & Benefits3
 116-119Labor Relations3
 809-198Intro to Psychology3
Second Year, Second Semester Curriculum
 Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
 102-150Global Business Fundamentals3
 116-137Payroll Administration3
 116-138Human Resource Practicum3
 116-152Talent Management3
 809-196Intro to Sociology3

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